Melissa Didaniele, of 80 Norton Drive, East Northport, left her residence on December 2, 2013 and was last seen in Central Park in New York City on Friday, December 6. Her family fears she may not be seeking shelter from the cold weather and would like to locate her. (more…)
Meet the owner of Long Island Spirits and Kings Park native Rich Stabile and taste his locally distilled, farm-to-bottle, spirits.
Long Island Spirits, founded in 2007, is the first craft distillery since the 1800′s located on Long Island, in Baiting Hollow, New York.
The distillery is home of LiV Vodka, and is surrounded by 5,000 acres of potato farms, in the heart of the acclaimed wine region on the North Fork of Long Island.
Senator John Flanagan, Chairman of the New York State Senate Standing Committee on Education, will be issuing a report of findings and recommendations related to the Committee’s series of statewide hearings entitled: Regents Reform Agenda: “Assessing” Our Progress.
The report will include an overview of the testimony heard by the Committee and strong recommendations of administrative action that can be taken immediately by the State Education Department (SED) to address concerns regarding the Department’s flawed implementation of Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS). (more…)
The following is a statement which has been posted on the Kings Park School District website regarding the resignation of Board trustee Liz Barrett:
On Thursday, December 5th, a board member was contacted by a district employee who alleged that his employment status was discussed in public by Ms. Barrett. (more…)
Fort Salonga Elementary school students Holly Sugrue, Brenna Cumming and Chloe Hickman recently raised money for breast cancer research.
The students collected money by making handmade bracelets, as well as collecting pennies in the main lobby of the school.
A total of $300.76 was collected because of these students’ efforts.
Way to go Holly, Brenna and Chloe!
The Park View Elementary Parent Faculty Association was made aware of a house fire that occurred over the weekend to a Park View family. The family lost everything and could now use the help and support of our community. (more…)
The Kings Park Fire Department, along with the Commack, Northport and East Northport departments, put up this beautiful Flag Arch on Church Street today to honor life member Michael Raleigh, who passed away last week.
A second Flag Arch was also placed on Indian Head Road.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Raleigh family and their friends.
Thank you to Kings Park resident Lisa Inzerillo and Commack resident Gilda Axelrod for sharing these pictures.